Matlab versions supported on Windows 11?

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Has MathWorks announced which versions of MatLab will be supported on Windows 11?
SUN Maohua
SUN Maohua on 11 Mar 2022
Edited: SUN Maohua on 12 Mar 2022
I have two Windows 11 PCs with Matlab installed, but one of them cannot run Simulink properly due to display error on the dash board controls, i.e. Text boxes, drop down lists, it's very weird, i have to delete the control and undo the delete to make those controls appear properly.

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Hans Scharler
Hans Scharler on 8 Oct 2021
Edited: Steven Lord on 8 Oct 2021
As of October 4, 2021: While MathWorks products may work, Windows 11 hasn't been qualified with MathWorks products. There are known issues with Polyspace, some minor issues with Simulink and MATLAB adjacent products.
We will update the Platform Road Map when we support Windows 11:
[SL: fixed typo]
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 13 Oct 2021
I would expect the minor Simulink and MATLAB issues to probably be fixed next release.
Issues having to do with driver details (some of the realtime behaviour) might maybe need to wait for the release after.
Issues with third-party products could take longer.
My guess is that Polyspace will not be fully compliant in the next two releases: Polyspace tries to work towards "provably correct", and that means it has longer testing times.
Christopher Lanning
Christopher Lanning on 4 Dec 2021
The Platform Road Map has now been updated. Windows 11 is supported by 2021b and later.

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 17 Aug 2021
The platform road map does not list Windows 11.
Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 22 Sep 2023
At the time I wrote that answer, I'm pretty sure the roadmap didn't list Windows 11. Of course two years later it most certainly does.

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Ahsan Moin
Ahsan Moin on 4 Sep 2021
Hi, MATLAB works perfectly fine on Windows 11. All softwares that work on Windows 10 work on Windows 11 as well.
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Rik on 14 Sep 2021
That is very probably not true. Most software will work from one Windows version to the next, not all. I believe even Windows 8.1 (which was essentially just a big service pack) broke compatibility for some software.

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Wan Ji
Wan Ji on 14 Sep 2021
WINDOWS 11 itself should support running the softwares on win10. ELSE microsoft would not release it and clients would not use it
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 8 Oct 2021
No, the reason why Microsoft releases different version numbers is that it wants to break compatibility with something; if everything was compatible it would just have released a Windows 10 update.

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Jan on 14 Sep 2021
Windows 11 have not been officially released yet. We and MathWorks cannot know how the final version will work. There have been compatibility restrictions with any new OS in the past and I speculate that this will not change in the future.
Therefore the standard procedure is:
  • Do not use a freshly published OS for productive work.
  • Wait until MathWorks has tested the setup exhaustively and can provide workarounds for problems.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 8 Oct 2021
Was the hypervisor issue for Simulink Desktop Real-time?
Jan on 4 Jan 2022
@Bruce Miller: VBS was "enabled"? This should not cause problems. Do you mean "disabled"?
Your IT team is responsible to provide working machines.

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